Two houses, one old and one new.
The new house, built on an awkward angular end-of-terrace plot, draws reference to the old house. The original sash windows are reinterpreted with a similar proportion, but within rendered angled reveals. The slate roof carries through the lines and materiality of the terrace, but with integrated gutters to achieve a smooth elevation.
The old house, is reconfigured internally, extended and upgraded throughout. A change in level from front to back, and relationship to neighbouring properties and trees informs the rear elevation, also of brick. Internally, kitchens and staircases are of birch ply.
Architect (Concept & Planning) : Konishi Gaffney Architects
Architect (Detail Design & construction) : A-Zero Architects
Giles Bruce, Shoichi Sado
Structural Design: Entuitive Engineers
Contractor : Ministry of Building / William Gaze Developments
Photographs © Adam Scott
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